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UNDATED -- There are new developments in the bribery case against former Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Carroll Fisher.
Fisher pleaded no contest on Monday to accepting bribes and was ordered to spend six months in a private lock-down facility. Fisher will be eligible for a work release program.
He'll also serve four-years and six-months probation after he's released.
Fisher has already served time in prison for embezzling $1,000 of his own campaign money.
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